Airlines capitalise on Turkey's popularity
By James Roberts

Airlines capitalise on Turkey's popularity

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Individuals with a property interest in the Turkish resort of Bodrum will be encouraged by news that three low-cost airlines have all announced plans to fly to the destination this year.

Pegasus Airlines, Easyjet and Monarch will all be flying new services to the country during 2010, highlighting the growing popularity of the non-eurozone destination.

According to an article on Easier.com, the weak GBP is forcing many holidaymakers and property investors to stay away from traditional eurozone countries and as such Turkey has emerged as a new favourite.

Travel Association ABTA reported that it had seen a 25 per cent increase in bookings to the area during 2009 and all three airlines have responded to the demand.

Earlier this year, Turkey was tipped to be one of the top five destinations for property investment in 2010 by A Place in the Sun.

Bodrum is a port town in south-western Turkey with a warm Mediterranean climate.

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